It should be remembered that the informal dollar rose $2 in October (+0.7%) after falling in September, registering a drop of $2 (-0.7%). Let us remember that in August it had yielded $6 (-2%).
In the seventh month of the year, the The parallel dollar had climbed $58 (+24.4%), which represents its biggest monthly advance of the year to date.
Previously, it had risen $31 (+15%) in June, after rising $6.50 (+3.2%) in May.
The parallel dollar rose 50 cents in April, and lost $11 in March, its worst performance in 14 months. Last February, it fell $6.50 (-3%), after rising $5 or 2.4% in January.
What is the blue dollar?
The sale of DOLAR BLUE It is only in the parallel market, the informal one, where the limits and prices are agreed between people, with a reference value but that could be different when going to a “cave” to buy or sell. It has no limits like the official one.
Since when does it exist and why is it called blue dollar?
There are several explanations: one refers to its name marking that it is called that way because in English, “blue”, In addition to naming the color blue, it refers to something “dark”.
Another affirms that it is related to the purchase operations through bonds or shares of companies known as “blue chips”. They also link it to the approximate color that appears when a fiber is applied to detect counterfeit bills.